Job Site Photos

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Numerous Photos of Completed Projects by Scotts Contracting

For Additional Photos see the Scotts Contracting Photo Album at this web link

Green Build-Outdoor Stair Case Enclosure, Small Hip Roof Build

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Outdoor Stair Case Rebuild

Exterior Stair Case Build

Job Details: Enclosed Outdoor Stair Case to Increase Under Stair Storage and Appearance

  • Green Build- 80% of Lumber was Recycled From Prior Projects!
  • Cedar Lattice
  • Spring Action Gate Hinges
  • Automatic On/Off Lighting System
  • Seamless Gutters
  • Eco Friendly Roofing Hip Roof

  • Before Photos-

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  • 2nd Floor Framing Photo

    Green Build Project

  • Final build Picture 2nd Floor Roof

    Gangway View

  • Stair Case and 2nd Stor Roof Build

    Exterior Stair Case Build

  • Landscaping Projects

    We started with the Removal of a 4 ft Diameter Tree Stump that was left over from a Tree Long gone. Then progressed with the yard makeover.

    1. Removed 4 foot Diameter Tree Stump
    2. Laid Out Yard Design
    3. Grass- prepped soil, broadcast grass seed, #1 mulch
    4. Trees- Removed and Replanted 1 Tree and Planted 2 Red Maple Trees- {Dug Hole, Prepped: Fertilizer, Quick Start, Mulch and Dirt}
    5. Shrubs-Dug Holes, Prepped: Fertilizer, Mulch, Dirt
    6. Lighting- Low Voltage-Installation and Repair for Lighting System

    Tree Stump Removal

  • Before Stump Removal,Scotts Contracting

    Start Stump Removal

  • Stump Removal, Scotts Contracting

    Tree Stump Removal

  • After Stump Removal, Scotts Contracting

    Scotts Contracting After Stump

    1. Contractor Mix Grass Seed (4 Different Blends of Grass Seed)
    2. Number 1 Mulch/Top Soil Blend
    3. Organic Fertilizer
    4. Mulch Around Rose Bushes and Shrubs
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    Final After Stump Photo

  • Front Yard Make-Over

    • Low Voltage Landscape Lighting,
    • Red Maple Tree Installation,
    • Flowering Shrubs, Ivy,
    • Re-Seeded Yard,
    • Organic Fertilizer,
    • #1 Mulch/Top Soil Blend

    Lanscape Photo

    Final Project View

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    Red Maple Tree, Shrubs, Mulch, Grass

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    Red Maple Tree, Shrubs, Mulch, Grass

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    • Job Details: Very Little Grass Growing in Dog Park / Garden Area and Front Yard of House
    • Solutions:
    1. Contractor Mix Grass Seed ( 4 Different Blends of Grass Seed)
    2. Number 1 Mulch/Top Soil Blend
    3. Organic Fertilizer
    4. Mulch Around Rose Bushes and Shrubs
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    Dog Park, Contractor Mix Grass Seed-Organic Fertilizer

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    Number 1 Mulch and Top Soil

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    Dog Park

  • Green Build-Curved Wall Build Photos and Project Notes


    Curved Wall Gangway View, Scott’s Contracting

    Job Site Photos: Curved Wall Build Photos

    Project Notes:

    1. Green Build
    2. Metal Framing
    3. Natural “Fiber Reinforced” Stucco Finish
    4. Additional Support for 3rd Floor Stair Case, and
    5. Additional Storage Area
    6. Recycled French Door & Crystal Door Knob Supplied by Scott’s Contracting
    7. Completed Project Looks Original !!!

  • Curved Wall Start Photo, Scott's Contracting

    Curved Wall Build Photo-Before

  • Curved Wall Metal Framing,Scott's Contracting

    Curved Wall Framing

  • Metal Stud Framing used to Conform to existing Radius of Building.  Thus keeping w/ the Style and Design of Older Building.

  • Curved Wall Exterior Grade Sheet Rock,Scott's Contracting

    Curved Wall-Exterior Sheet Rock Build Photo

  • Metal Lath & Water Proofing,Scott's Contracting

    Curved Wall Build-Water Proof and Mesh

  • Curved Wall Finish Photo,Scotts Contracting

    Curved Wall Finish PhotoNote Completed Project Looks Original

  • Materials Used:

    • 2×4 Metal Studs & Plate
    • Exterior Grade Sheet Rock
    • Metal Lath & Water Proofing
    • Fiber Reinforced Natural Stucco Finish

  • Installation of: 15 Panel French Doors with Custom Mill-work and Saloon Door -Dual Action Spring Loaded Hinges

    Project for: Foley-Walker Enterprises, L.L.C.

    Customer Needs: Additional Access to Rooms Located in Rear of Building and Wheel Chair Access.

    Job Specifics:

    • 1) Finished Lumber: Match Existing Finish of Wood Furnishings and Office Decor
    • 2) Functionality: Doors swing both directions for egress issues and Additional Handicap Access
    • 3) Budget/Timing
    • 4) Least Intrusive as possible to Office Functions

    Job Solutions:

    • 1)   3 Coats-Minwax- English Chestnut Stain -Exact Match; 2 Coats-Minwax- Semi Gloss Fast Dry Poly Urethane to protect finish and add durability
    • 2)   Dual Action Hinges allow door to swing both directions.  Hinges positioned to one side of opening in wall to allow full swing of doors “270 Degrees”; Combined Door width: 60 inches- Handicapped Accessible
    • 3)   Budget was met by Installation of doors without the needed Drywall Expenses (We installed the doors and required Framing with-out completely removing drywall from area,  This saved Foley-Walker Enterprises, L.L.C. :the Time & Money Spent on UN-needed Dry Wall = taping, mudding, sanding, & painting).
    • 4)   First 2 Coats of Stain Done Off-Site to not disrupt office w/ Smell of Stain.
    • 5)   Additional Staining & Poly Urethane done in Afternoon allowed overnight dry time.
    • 6)   The Majority of the Work was done in the Afternoon for minimal disruption to office. Demo & Framing 1 day- all excess materials removed and disposed of accordingly.  Note: Existing Framing Lumber removed was “recycled” into work benches for Scottys Work Shop.

    Materials Used

    • Jeld Wen French Doors (15 Pane Pine Wood)
    • Millwork/Decorative Lumber: Yellow Pine: Plinth Blocks, Pilasters, Dental Molding, Door Pediment with Keystone Block
    • Min Wax Stain and Min Wax Semi Gloss Fast Dry Poly Urethane
    • Hardware: Dual Action Hinges, Brass Kick Plates, Push/Pull Plates, Threshold

    Custom Wood Finishing Process:

    Material Suppliers:

    • Home Depot, Southtown #3011, Kingshighway, St Louis Mo
    • Door Handles- On Back Order
  • Start to Finish Photos for the Installation
    of 15 Panel French Doors
    . Build Notes: Saloon Door-Dual Action Spring Hinges, Custom Mill-work, Final Finish Must Match Existing Law Office Furnishings

  • Start Photo, Scotts Contracting

    Before Installation of French Doors and Custom Millwork

  • Finish Photo, Scotts Contracting

  • Laying Out the French Doors,Scotts Contracting


  • New Door Opening & Framing,Scotts Contracting

  • Installation of Custom Millwork, Scotts Contracting

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    Good View of Dual Action Hinge

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    Dual Action Spring Hinge

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    Scotty Applying Gloss Finish

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    Applying Gloss Finish


    • Siding, Soffitts, Fascia, Tankless Water Heaters, Window, Door, and Welding, Commercial Office Expansion w/”Green Build” Metal Studs, Tuckpointing

    • Scotts Contracting Job Site Photos

      The following photos are various job sites photos of projects I have worked on.

    • New Red Roofing Shingles, Repaint Front Porch, New Seamless Gutter and Down Spout

    • Flat Roof Repair w/ Rock Ballast

    • Pool Painting and Waterproofing

    • Painting Projects, Commercial Gutters-

    • Commercial Building Projects

    • scotts contracting, commercial Air-Less Painting

    • Scotts Contracting, Commercial Air-Less Painting

    • Scotts Contracting Painting and Gutter Repair

      Commercial Gutter Replacement

    • Project Photos

      Kaplan Real Estate

      Sherwin Williams Exterior Flat

    • Rock Foundation Repair and Waterproofing

    • Custom Oak Wood Work- Bedroom Remodel, Custom Oak Cabinets, Spanish Tile, Berber Carpet / Pad, Louvered/2 Pane Windows, 2 Motor / Directional Ceiling Fan, Additional Build Note: R-Value of 27 in Walls/Ceiling


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